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    Never Forget Your First - Brenda Holloway - Its A Womans World (CD, Album)


    1. Goshura

      Their First Motown Album With Bonus Tracks [UK] How Can I Forget CD (S): Motown If I Were Your Woman / Standing Ovation [UK] How Deep Is The Ocean (Irving Berlin) Motown 2 The Very Best Of Brenda Holloway Sep; CD: Spectrum 2 Greatest Hits And Rare Classics [UK] Jan; CD (M).
    2. Gurn

      The only full album from Johnny Ace – a key figure in the Memphis scene of the 50s, and one of the first great casualties of rock and roll! Johnny was one of the first singers to record for the legendary Duke label, and worked in a mode that helped transform the smoother style of the west.
    3. Zulkicage

      It 's A Woman's World: 3: And I Will Sing A Song For You: 4: Never Forget Your First: 5: A Perfect Rendezvous: 6: Don t Keep Runnin (In And Out Of My Life) 7: I'll Keep You Dry Through The Rain: 8: No Regrets: 9: Easier Said Than Done: 10 (When The Time Comes) For Saying Goodbye.
    4. Dum

      BRENDA HOLLOWAY: Ace CDCHD The Early Years - Rare Recordings, CD $ 22 tracks, 53 mins, recommended When most music fans think of Motown Records, it's the big names that come to mind: the Supremes, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder, the Four Tops, and the Temptations.
    5. Goltizahn

      Apologies if this has been discussed here before, but about 25 years ago I acquired some tapes of motown acetates from John Manship; unfortunately the tapes are long gone, but I do recall these including "Purple Snowflakes" by Marvin Gaye, (a few takes), the Four Tops "Break-in' Through" Workshop Jazz album and many others. So my question is whether anyone else happened upon .
    6. Akikus

      Throughout her career, Brenda Holloway regrettably lived in the shadow of several Motown divas who garnered more of the spotlight than she did (sometimes quite unfairly). This is one of several artistic tragedies in the Motown catalog; a story of talent that rang fresh and potent but never really received due diligence for one reason or another.
    7. Yocage

      The Brenda Holloway Discography - Sheer Gladness. Not all the songs in the Brenda Holloway discography convey positive emotions. Vocals as raw and enunciation as clear as hers make the fragile, tattered parts of her soul as transparent as the happy, shiny parts.
    8. Meztiktilar

      She sang back ground vocals on Freda Payne’s’ album and wrote a song placed on Brenda Holloway album “It’s a Woman’s world. Angel toured with Mary Wilson as one of the Supreme in Title: Founder, Altas Elite Entertainment .

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